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Cornflower – bluebottle£2.50 – £3.50
Cornflower is a very popular plant in Poland, distinctive flowers in blue are very valuable medicinal raw material, is used in kidney disease and swelling caused by water and salt retention in the body. The infusion is often used as compresses on the eyes.Rated 5.00 out of 5
Fennel fruits (seeds)£3.10
Poor fennel tea is also recommended for use in colic in infants and young mums as a stimulant for lactation. Fennel fruit is also recommended for respiratory diseases, especially infections, as an expectorant – tea increases the volume of bronchial secretion.
Rosa rugosa- rose petals
Traditionally rose petals were used during diarrhea, abdominal pain, and aids during colds because they do not show a strong grasp. The use of rose patches is indicated in infants and young children as an anti-inflammatory and diarrhea agent.
Herbal tea for allergy£4.90 – £6.90
An allergy is an abnormal reaction of the body to a substance usually harmless to humans or allergens. It is one of the most prevalent diseases in the world. Allergens affect the body in different ways – can cause skin symptoms, food and breathing.
Herbal blend for mums and babies£2.90 – £4.50
This blend was created for young moms and infants. It contains herbs completely secure, which can also be used during pregnancy. They will help you both in a typical pregnancy symptoms as well as symptoms often appear in infancy.
Walnut – Walnut leaf£2.80 – £5.50
Young leaves collected in June, have very rich ingredients: tannins (astringent), terpenes (antibacterial), flavonoids, ellagic acid (which is an antioxidant, protects against cancer and supports the immune system), mineral salts and vitamins C, B, K and provitamin A.
Capsell – Shepherd’s purse herb£2.50 – £3.50
The biological activity of the active compounds contained in the herb shepherd’s purse has been proven studies. The studies have confirmed the action: anti-inflammatory effect on the smooth muscle of the uterus, effect on heart muscle, anti-tumor activity.
Pine – Pine buds£2.20 – £4.20
Pine buds are rich in many oder biologically active ingredients, but compound that distinguishes them among other medicinal plants is an essential oil, which contains in its composition, among others pinene. In herbal medicine pine buds are mainly used in catarrh and inflammation of the upper respiratory tract, acting expectorant.Rated 5.00 out of 5
Raspberry – Raspberry dried fruit£3.90 – £7.00
They are a source of vitamins C, E and B vitamins, they are also a valuable component of minerals: iron, potassium, magnesium and calcium. Raspberry fruit outside and antipyretic properties of anti-also have antiviral properties, because in the states of viral infections are often advised to drink the juice of these tasty fruits.
Psyllium – Psyllium seeds£5.00 – £6.90
Because psyllium seeds regulate the rhythm of bowel ( 70% of fiber) movements is recommended their use in irritable bowel syndrome, diarrhea, and also relieves symptoms associated with hemorrhoids. Significantly improves the metabolism, so it is recommended supporters healthy and rational weight loss.